The King and Queen of Spain held video conferences on Friday at the Palace of Zarzuela, Madrid.
In the morning, Their Majesties held a video conference with the management teams of the Spanish Committee of Representatives of People with Disabilities (CERMI).
People with disabilities represent 10% of the Spanish population, they are a vulnerable social group during emergency situations. The President of CERMI informed Their Majesties of recommendations the platform has made, for there to be no discrimination due to disability, for information to be made universally accessible to people with disabilities, support for residencies for people with disabilities and that the authorities continue to collaborate with organisations during the COVID-19 crisis.
Later, King Felipe and Queen Letizia held a meeting via video conference with Caritas, who aims to help society's poorest and most excluded people. Caritas is the official organisation of charitable and social action entities of the Catholic Church in Spain. Due to the impact of the epidemic, Caritas has implemented its response mechanisms to the emergency which include; support for the basic needs of vulnerable people, safeguarding the rights of citizens in precarious conditions, social awareness, and fundraising.
Her Majesty was later in contact with the Asociación de Mujeres Víctimas de Trata y Explotación Sexual (Association of Women Victims of Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation) where she was informed of actions taken to assist vulnerable women during the crisis.
Queen Letizia wore a dark navy pinstripe blazer with navy trousers and a white crew-neck top.
The longline jacket is the Hugo Boss 'Kocani' blazer (US$595) and features irregular pinstripes, winged lapels, front single button close, and waist flap pockets. The style is also available in a houndstooth pattern and is currently on sale for $249 at Nordstrom Rack.
It appears the knit top has an embellished trim around the neck.
She completed the understated look with her navy Hugo Boss 'Lara' suede loafers.